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10/08/2015

Birel ART and PSL challenged in Kershaw

Only 150km’s from the heart of Nascar, PSL -Birel ART official importer for North America- travelled to Kershaw for the US Grand Nationals in the hot and humid conditions of South Carolina. 
 
With drivers in every category, PSL would enter 5 drivers in the ultra-competitive Senior Max category, all powered by GKS Power. Marotta and Askew would lead the team in the heats, while both Dow brothers and new PSL recruit Phil Denes would fight their way through each race. In the Prefinal, Askew would start P2 with Marotta on the outside of row 3. While entering corner 1, Askew would attack hard for the lead, however contact with Kirkwood (OGP) would end the Prefinal for both Marotta and Askew. In the Final, Marotta would finish a strong P6 (start P19), and Askew P9 after starting dead last. 
 
In Junior Max, Dylan Tavella, in only his first half-season of Junior Max, would have his chain come off in the qualifying and would be forced to start all three heats from the rear. Eventually, with much effort, he was able to finish a solid P9.
 
In an effort to familiarize herself with the Birel ART DD2, before the World Finals in Portugual, Sabre Cook (Super Pole Winner) demonstrated her abilities in the two speed category, leading her team mate, Nathan Mauel, in the final with a P2 and P3 finish respectively. DD2-Master’s drivers, Luis Zervigon and Richard Heistand put down some flying laps, with Heistand earning a convincing Super-Pole with a last minute tire management strategy that proved to be successful. Jesse Mitchell (AM Engines) would fight a difficult battle while managing a 20lbs handicap, and finish his last race in Mico Max. Niemkiewicz (MiniMax) faced challenging conditions all weekend.
 
“It was extremely important that we came well prepared for this event, including our engine program with our partners at GKS & Sargeant Power. Despite the unforeseeable on-track incidents, we would like to thank our mechanics, drivers and clients for their continued support of Birel ART North America. Now we move forward for back-to-back weekends in Las Vegas in only 2 months time.” - Andrew Campbell, Team Manager, Birel ART North America.
 
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